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and access and i was asked to talk about what va. -- west wets -- what west virginia does. west virginia does have identification laws and many of them follow what many other states to as far as when it comes to the health of america voted act. i will give you a brief of what it takes. since we had our discussions today, this is a very bad thing from what i am understanding. i am trying to get rid of this in west virginia. this is your mail in voter registration application. this costs about $6 and i would like to be able to have on-line registration. the help america vote act -- if you register by mail and not provide some kind of photo identification, you have to provide that by mailing it in or the first time ago but, you need to show that identification of who you are or if you go in person to the clerk's office, you show identification for showing a copy of the utility bill or other government document that shows your name and current residence address. we require that in west virginia and when you go to go in west virginia, time and again, you cannot show a photo id but you have to stat
of the west virginia state society, i would like to introduce ira shapiro. [applause] >> thank you for the kind introduction. thank you to the society for giving me the chance to be here. thanks to mike who did so much to organize the event. he is an old friend. thank you, mike. i'm delighted to be here today with corbin. we have two books that talk about robert byrd from different perspectives. my book is basically about the senate and the last great senate as i refer to it. senator byrd was the majority leader during the period of time i wrote about. it gives you an ensemble sense of how the senate works. the book originated in 2008. i had been in the senate in the 1970s and 1980s. by 2008, i decided the senate had become utterly unrecognizable to me. polarized and paralyzed, really quite dysfunctional. i decided to write a book about the senate when it was great, specifically when i was there. [laughter] when you do something like that , you have a certain risk factor. was it really great? was it only seem great because i was there or because i was young? fortunately, the answer
? >>> and "buckwild." why a senator from west virginia is demanding that mtv pull the plug on a new reality show being described as "jersey shore" meets "honey boo boo." >>> i'm trying to imagine the pitch meeting where someone said "jersey shore" meets honey boo boo. and the executive said, sold. >> i have an idea for a great show. >>> we have a lot of stories to cover this morning. good morning, everyone, at home. >>> this is what we have been talking about. take a look at this. seems like an ordinary restaurant check. what is that on top? the words "fat girls" printed on the bill. and if that wasn't bad enough, wait until you find out the reaction when the women who got the check complained to the manager. gives new meaning to the customer always being right. not in this case. >> they weren't in the mood to give a big tip after that one. >>> also, this is sunday, football sunday, but for the second week in a row the nfl is dealing with disaster. coming up, what caused the fatal crash involving the dallas cowboys player? >>> also new footage raising new questions about the murder/suicide last week i
. coming up on news4. why a west virginia senator is so upset about the network's newest reality show. ♪ >>> and psy comes to d.c. and brings along with him a political controversy. how an 8-year-old video could change some people's opinions about the gung many style singer. that's up next. >>> we're still in the thick of it. >> we are. this fog has been tough to burn off. >> we were talking westerly lingo during the break. we have a weather wedgie. we're kind of stuck there in the pocket with the clouds and dreary and fog. it just won't lift. so we're going to see some improvement, but not until tomorrow where we get the sunshine back, but wait until you see what the temperatures will be like. >>> let's head outside, we're talking temps, it almost feels like spring, especially if our doubt south. we've been socked in with the fog. haguerstown maryland, 3/10 of a mile. everywhere else we're doing just fine, but boy it was thick and low. the visibilities of the early part of the day today. right now we're just seeing some really drizzle across the area, and damp conditions. the bulk
will they go? >>> and buck wild. why a senator from west virginia is demanding that mtv pull the plug on a new reality show being described as joer joer meets "honey boo boo." >>> decides to manage the pitch meeting "jersey shore" meets honey boo boo. >>> we have a lot of stories to cover this morning. good morning everyone at home. take a look at this. seems like on ordinary restaurant check. what is that on top? the word "fat girls" printed on the bill. if that wasn't bad enough, wait until you find out the reaction when they complain to the manager. >>> also, this is sunday. football sunday. but for the second week in a row the nfl is dealing with disaster. coming up, what caused the fatal cra crash? >>> and talk about a fish story. switching gears. a fisherman in california tells his tale after landing an e more us now tune ya with a rod and reel. it could be a record catch >>> we're going to start this morning, the life or death mission in afghanistan to snap a american doctor out of the clutches of the taliban. the military really worried that taliban might kill this doctor. abc's mohamm
it to west virginia. >> stephanie: chris, you have no proof he is from west virginia. >> stephanie: that's a little manic. >> ha! ha! ha! >> stephanie: good look swirling in your bowel of sewage steph. [ laughter ] >> stephanie: ps, oh hang on there's a hopeful note at the end. ps i might be a new listener if you do the following. >> a list of demands. [ laughter ] >> stephanie: can you send me a hat. >> do what i say or i'll shoot. >> well, ratings whore what does he want. >> stephanie: explain why the president would lie about benghazi. [ wah wah ] >> stephanie: oh damn that was so hopeful for a minute. >> that's like the email equivalent of pasting the letters from a magazine. >> a ransom letter. >> by the way the song which we didn't write, said sean's audience is old and white. they are old and white and pasty people. >> stephanie: we apologize to the pasty people in the audience. steph are you spending sean hannity and his listeners pro flowers? after all he was 80% of the show yesterday. [ applause ] >> stephanie: that's true. i think i will. >> send him a sodastre
it means to us. tom, good morning. >> that rain is in to west virginia now. it's coming from an upper level disturbance that been moving in along a front that's going to sweep in later today and bring us gusty winds. getting sprinkles of rain. much of west virginia into southeastern ohio, western pennsylvania. this disturbance going to pass right over our region here by later this morning and early afternoon. ahead of that, we've got some chilly temperatures. these areas in blue in the 40s. our northern, western suburbs as well as in the shenandoah valley and mountains. closer to washington, northern neck, eastern shore, tidewater region, generally in the low and mid 50s. in the metro area, it's in the upper 40s. near 50 prince yorj's, as well as in arlington. 40s in fairfax county and in the district, it's hovering around 50 degrees. later today, by 7:00 a.m., still around 50 around the metro area. winds increase, though, by later this morning. chance of sprinkles, perhaps at 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. after that wind gusting to 30 miles per hour under a partly cloudy sky as highs reach upper
from the west and northwest. this disturbance is coming across the region mainly in west virginia now. most of what you see here will likely get wrong out in the mountains -- wrung out in the mountains but we'll get a few clouds, maybe a sprinkle or two east of the state line in the shenandoah valley in a little while. a slim chance one of those gets toward the metro. 38 for sterling and centreville. haymarket vur a 44. -- haymarket you have a 44. a little milder still southeastern, southern prince george's county. we've got low 50s, 53 in upper marlboro and here in washington on our michael & son weather camera, good visibility and just a couple of clouds out there now reporting partly cloudy skies at reagan national. 49, down to 47 with a dew point and south wind at 7 miles an hour. if your joints get sensitive and achy due to the pressure changes there have been big ones coming. the storm came, dropped the barometer. the barometer is rising quickly. maybe you're feeling it in your bones. here's the disturbance i was just showing you coming through the ohio valley producing the show
out of control in west virginia, screaming, yelling, cursing, people being thrown all over the place. >> reporter: just an outrageous group of childhood friends from the rural foothills of west virginia. at least that's how mtv describes it. >> this is how you make tater salad in west virginia. >> reporter: but a travesty is what west virginia senator joe manchin calls it. >> i know the heart and soul of west virginia. >> reporter: i am repulsed at this business venture he fired off in a letter to the network, you preyed on young people, coaxed them into displaying shameful behavior and now you are profiting from it, says the senator. he says it unfairly portrays ugly, inaccurate stereotypes about the people of west virginia and is calling on mtv to ax the show before it even airs. not so fast says "buck wild" executive producer john stevens, defending his show to "entertainment weekly." it's not like looking at a train wreck, he said. it might change people's perspective perspectives. these kids are totally wild and carefree. that's something that mtv viewers know a thing about. fro
,400 people and launched the u.s. into world war ii. a sailor found himself on battleship west virginia december 7th, 1941. he vat down with cbs 5 reporter ann makovec and told her how he managed to survive the attack. >> at first i said hel l, no, i'm not going abandon my ship. >> john will never forget those moments from december 7th, 1941 when he was stationed in pearl harbor hawaii. >> i was on the battleship,ss west virginia. a great big monster. i looked and saw a plane head for my ship >> then he six torpedos head out. >> we had an outstanding crew on that ship, unfortunately. >> he is 92 years old but his memories are as sharp as ever. he attended this memorial service this morning on coast guard island. and we sat down to talk about the darkest moments of that day. >> and what i did, i would grab the sailor's hair and pull it just as hard as i could. if i got a moan or groan or sign of life, i would take him out to the other group of sailors to get him medical help because i didn't have time to take out dead bodies, and there were a lot of them. >> more than 100 people died on
'll forecast abotalk about tha west virginia and whether it will affect us and how things look heading into the new year and all the new year's eve celebrations. my full forecast is a few minutes away, jim. >> thanks, kim. >>> work continues behind closed doors tonight to get a last-minute deal that steers us away from the fiscal cliff. sources tell nbc news party leaders in the senate are drafting a small stop-gap plan. the question is whether minority leader mitch mcconnell and majority leader harry reid can draft a bill that will pass the house. any bill that does come up for a vote tomorrow or monday will likely not address massive spending cuts but lawmakers are trying to avoid tax increases for most americans. nbc's david gregory talked to president obama about negotiations today in an interview that airs on "meet the press" tomorrow. the president continues to be optimistic but he, i think, in part is doing the interview on "meet the press" because he wants to keep the pressure on republicans to get something done and made very clear in the course of the interview that there's a
and the central part of the country, which includes kentucky, alabama, west virginia, those are the states that if you recruited -- include a limitation on adl, they have a very large population that falls into that category. the lightly colored states -- nevada,, roddick, minnesota, some of the others -- those states have basically a much healthier population over age 60. they have a much lower percentage of people over age 60 that have at least one limitation on their ability to continue independent living. if you wanted to move toward a full beneficiary equity, you would want to incorporate cost factors, and some of the key factors would be things like wages, food, the program provides meals to older people, office space, and so on. we did not complete the analysis but we have the capability of doing it at this time. similarly, we did not get involved, we did not complete our analysis incorporating taxpayer equity. but again, allocations could be adjusted to achieve sets -- such equity by basing allocations, incorporating a factor that captures a state's ability to fund the program serv
, with a little bit of snow moving into west virginia. folks around gaithersburg, upper parts of montgomery county, a 4:00 tomorrow morning snow starting to come out of the shenandoah valley, so around winchester, early risers will see a bit of snow. southeasterly winds, for you folks in charles county, spots like that, even early in the morning, it will be a sloppy mess. some wet snowflakes. a bit of rain. as we go to the day tomorrow, because of the south easterly wind, and not a lot of cold air coming in, that storm reforming to our south. it will be a rain producer. rain around washington. and continuing with snow for you folks -- you know where you live. upper parts of montgomery county out toward the shenandoah valley, toward leesburg. it will be more than likely smoke, he but mixing with some sleet, -- more than likely snow but mixing with some sleep. by 3:00, 4:00, it is essentially out of here. an inch on some grassy areas even in northwest washington. gaithersburg germantown, out toward manassas, maybe an inch or two. even there, there will be some mix coming in. snow lovers in st. mary'
stadium, syracuse and west virginia in a pregame scrum. talk about bah humbug. trailing 12-0. smith, a wide receiver to bailey. and he breaks the tackle, takes up a distant 32 yards for the score. that cuts the deficit to 12-7. third quarter, same score. syracuse's pass deflected and right into the hands of becket rails. the teamwork to a touchdown and back in front by 12. later, prince tyson gullo the carry and kicks it outside. nobody, i mean nobody's going to catch him. 67 yards for the td and finishes with 215 rushing yards. wing it 38-14. >>> tomorrow is a meaningful sunday of football for many teams. some vying for homefield advantage, some a higher seed and some just a spot in the post season. 10612 play-off spots were clenched, including all six in the afc and that means two spots are up for grabs. will the redskins get one of those? this guy hopes so. robert griffin 3, his athletic age allowed the redskins to open up their offense and a threat with the legs, rushing for over 700 yards and six touchdowns and he has a canon of an arm. twenty touchdown passes, just five inter
of the storm in the highlands, northern ireland, west virginia. 4 + inches could be expected especially along the ridgetops. -- winter weather advisory issued ahead of the storm in northern maryland, west virginia, in the highlands. highs today around 40 degrees. now, steve >> . there's a problem in bethesda. this is southbound at 355 /wisconsin avenue, cedar lane. you have to squeeze by to the right to get through. you can get by the water main break. it's not a heavy volume. when rush-hour starts to build this could be a major slow start. they will be there a couple hours. 355 at cedar lane that work continues. the springfield interchange, moving smoothly. lighter than usual volume on 95. from dumphries to dale city and on to a 395 and the 14th street bridge, no problems. the toll road at 28 moving smoothly. very little traffic. starting off well. back to you. >> thank you. a developing story from new york city. investigators are looking into the second subway death this month in the city. a man died after a woman puts him in front of a train. witnesses told police she was following the man
of some light rain just now beginning to move into southwestern virginia, southern west virginia into kentucky and tennessee. it's advancing off to the north and east. it will take a while to get here. maybe around noontime may get sleet and maybe wet snowflakes around the blueridge. temperatures are around freezing. reagan national at 32. up near the bay it's milder. we do have a freezing rain advisory and freezing rain warning. this is all of these areas in pink and areas in the lavender are under a winter weather advisory for an inch of snow and icing that will occur today as that system moves in. farther east we're not going to have any problems with this bit of sleet and maybe some wet snowflakes initially and it does look like we will have that beginning around noontime and then during the afternoon a bit of a blustery wind. we'll have that sleet mixing with some rain perhaps from time to time around our western northern suburbs. i'll be back with a look at what may happen this christmas eve in ten minutes. >> things are looking good right now on the interstates southbound
jersey shore and it's called "buck wild." guys in west germany. "west germany"? west virginia. >> kimberly: what is with germany? >> dana: i don't know why that is funny. you make mistakes all the time. this is what you call red neck activity. do we have a clip? >> west virginia is a place founded with freedom. that means the freedom to do whatever the [bleep] we want. whatever happens, happens. >> my parents did everything for me. >> greg: this is hollywood showcasing their ignorance and elitism. they would never do a show about is notty liberal students in columbia or hipster trust funders. they go to jersey shore to the south. look at the people. about they stupid? >> eric: i was a "jersey shore" fan and i'll watch it, too. train wreck tv. but the question is do you want your 14-year-old watching it, too? tough call. >> bob: west virginia is one of the most beautiful states in america. the people are uniformly nice people. to pick on west virginia i could pick on the coal industry. but not the people. i have had nothing but good experiences out there. done politics there. e
. still got to work through some cloud cover. if you notice out to the west out into west virginia around eastern kentucky, that is another cold front. we'll show you that we've got some clearing starting to take place. i'll more details on all things weather in just a minute. back to you. >> we are following breaking news out of maryland. police or the scene air barricade. police have not released much information on this situation but this situation is in the 1800 block of greenwich woods drive in adelphi. we will continue to update with you more information as it becomes available. >>> to connecticut now where a third funeral is planned for today. this has students and teachers in newtown prepared to get back to their classrooms four days after the tragic shooting. all schools except for sandy hook elementary will reopen today. police continue to look for a motive. they say they are looking into 20-year-old adam lanza's computer for clues. >>> anti-gun advocates are stepping up their efforts for gun laws. as bob barnard reports, there were two rallies yesterday. >> reporter: this was a
a las imágenes. >> se ve una potente explosión en west virginia 5 hogares fueron destruidos y en el centro de la florida se vieron tornados este fue uno de ellos decenas de casas fueron afectadas. >> en shanghai se formo este femomeno. >> y un hombre dispara en un centro comercial la policía detiene a varias personas sospes de un tiroteo y
for western maryland and into west virginia. a combination maybe of some icing and some maybe light snow there later today. if you are heading west, you may be running into that later today and for the metro area a cold, calm dry morning and then by noontime might get a little bit of snow and sleet perhaps to our west and north otherwise light rain moving into the metro area and maybe a little bit of sleet mixing in with some rain western northern suburbs mid afternoon and all rain after that and we'll be hovering near 40 degrees during the afternoon. a look at christmas eve in ten minutes. mike is in for danella with traffic. >> things are looking good right now on the interstates this early morning commute. no serious problems to report. let's take a look at 270 south in maryland and no serious problems right now as you make the trip. southbound side on the right side of the screen and you're also looking great right now if you plan on taking mass transit. no delays on metro, virginia railway express or the marc trains. >> update on breaking news out of afghanistan. the international s
and bwi marshall, 49 degrees. see the rain showers in west virginia and eastern ken quebec, that will move through later today. i think you see a little sunshine here to start your day. we'll get a deck of clouds in midday and a return to a little sunshine behind the front. let me mention a dense fog advisory issued bay half hour ago, not here in washington. this is north and west as you get up into western portions of maryland, eastern portions of west virginia including hagerstown, cumberland, martinsburg, charlestown under a dense fog advisory until 9:00 this morning. society rest of us, you may encount are a little fog but that won't be the big story today. i think the big story will be the breezes which will pick up out of the west here. it will be a gusty afternoon with wind gusting to about 30 miles per hour. there is your forecast. a little bit of everything. 58 with partial sunshine. that is the bottom line on the forecast. >> not bad. >> actually really nice temperature-wise. >> time now to check in with julie wright. >> good morning. very busy on the roads right now. foggy commu
shore of appalachian. look at this. >> west virginia is a place founded on freedom. for me and my friends ... that means the freedom to do whatever the [bleep] we want. whatever happens, happens. >> i don't have the phone, facebook, none of that internet stuff. if it wasn't for my friends, i wouldn't be here. >> who do you know gets out here and loves to fling trash. >> this cat right here. >> sean: the show is facing criticism and leading the way is a west virginia senator who wrote to mtv asking for the show to be cancelled. he asked them to put a stop to the travisty called buck wild. i am repulsed at this business venture where some americans are making money off the poor decisions of our youth. i cannot imagine that anyone who loves this country would feel proud about profiting off buck wild. joining me is lee an tweeden and tamara holder. do you support this? would you want your child doing some of those antics that frankly seem dangerous, cursing on tv, going nuts. do you have any problem with that? >> no. this is part of growing pains in america and having fun in america.
. not surprising since this new series of west virginia friends is the replacement for snooki and the rest of the gang from jersey shore. they got more than 15 minutes of fame. >> we'll play what's your jersey score? >> governor of new jersey? >> chris christie. >> reporter: this time it is trucks, trysts and tantrums. great tv? >> the white trash, redneck, jersey shore. >> reporter: not according to the critics. >> what i saw in the promo reel was an orgy of young people with other and complete lack of any concern for their future. i was astonished. >> reporter: not even the critics shooting strongest criticism. joe manchin, the former governor and just re-elected senator of west virginia. >> i understand they took, four, five, six takes to get them to act as outrageously as they wanted to get it sensational. >> reporter: he is steaming. >> what i saw is not what i see in everyday life in west virginia. >> reporter: he fired off a letter to mtv, defending the dignity of his state and calling for changes. something chris christie tried in new jersey. >> mtv's "jersey shore" positive or neg
growing over new tv program that mocks white people in west virginia. >> whatever happens happens. >> bill: caution, you are about to enter the no spin zone. "the factor" begins right now. >> bill: hi, i'm bill o'reilly. thanks for watching. violence in michigan. that is the subject of this evening's talking points memo. last night i opined that hate speech is a vie lint act because it incites people to harm the target of the speech. now we're seeing speech leading to actual physical violence in michigan. the issue is a new state law that allows michigan work force legally opt out of joining a union. president obama and most union leadersship despise the law saying it will hurt the power of workers to bargain for better wages and benefits. yesterday the three television evening news programs on the networks covered the intense situation. >> the anger boiling over. officers turning to pepper spray to control the crowd at least 10,000 deep. >> union members from across michigan and other states voiced their anger at the michigan capitol. >> despite the chill, today thousands of union workers
for west virginia. it says imagers she's the states most transparent officeholder. i'm literally mind. i half expected a ghost. more seriously she's also more investigations and convictions for legislation law violation by any other secretary. and maybe later on we can talk about what the data is and what kinds of problems election administrators face. and then here from ground zero of the 2012 election is secretary of state of ohio, john she's dead, -- jon husted. his current job in the ohio legislature and having served as speaker of the ohio house and a member of the ohio senate, and then finally michael pitts, law professor at indiana university, a specialist in voting rights, election administration and related matters. former law clerk on the eighth circuit and an attorney in the voting rights section of the civil rights division of the justice department. so i think first we'll hear from secretary of state tenant. >> good afternoon, everyone. it is good to be here and i must say that as a secretary elect i was here four years ago and honored to be back again have the opportunity.
on c-span2. >> the west virginia state society honored senator robert byrd last month. the longest living senator in history, robert died in -- robert byrd died in 2010. we will hear from two of his staffers. >> the first speaker is ira shapiro. author of "the last great senate." he played important roles in foreign intelligence surveillance and the completing of the metrorail system. during the clinton administration, he served as a leading u.s. trader and earned the rank of staffman. -- ambassador. he was described as an antidote and he promised to deliver. he practiced international trade law and washington. on behalf of the west virginia state society, i would like to introduce ira shapiro. thank you. [applause] >> thank you for the kind introduction. thank you to the society for giving me the chance to be here. thanks to mike who did so much to organize the event. he is an old friend. thank you, mike. i'm delighted to be here today with corbin. -- david corbin. we have two books that talk about robert byrd from different perspectives. my book is basically about the senate and
will hear brief presentations from each of them. we have the secretary of state of west virginia. in the materials she is the state's most transparent office holder. i am literal minded, so i suspect you are a ghost? she is also had what the data was and the problems that we could discuss. from ground zero of the 2012 elections, the secretary of state, john huston, who has had a distinguished career before the current job in the ohio legislature. finally, michael pitts, a law professor at indiana university, a specialist in indiana voting rights and related matters. an attorney in the voting rights -- voting rights section. first we will hear from the secretary of state. >> good afternoon, everyone. it is good to be here. i must say that as the secretary of left, i am honored to be back again and have the opportunity. we are talking about insuring integrity and ballot access and voter access at the same time. i was asked to talk about what west virginia does and our voter id laws. yes, we have a voter identification laws. many of them follow what other states follow when it comes
-span. >> a discussion with of the secretary of the state of ohio and west virginia about voter i.d. laws in the 2012 elections and how they were implemented. this is part of a center on the state's conference on the voter experience in 2012. it's about one hour. >> we have to sessions this afternoon. they both look good and we are fortunate to have a good panel we have this afternoon. and we have to end by five so we will get started as quickly as possible. this panel we brought together a series of experts and leaders in the field to kind of talk about the issue of integrity versus access and elections for the variety fits into all of this and i don't think we could do better than the panel that we have right now. i will let our moderator introduce the panel with that let me introduce adam correspondent for the new york times. >> as david said you are in full retreat [inaudible] to think through these issues of how to balance the integrity and access. i'm going to say just a word they're out each of the panelists and their biographical materials available to you. and then we will hear a brief prese
and author of life, work, and rebellion in the southern west virginia mines. he received his phd from the university of maryland. please join me in welcoming david corbin. [applause] >> thank you. thank you to the west virginia state society for hosting this event. thank you to ira for the great title. i saw his book. i've been playing around with my book for a few decades. he was the senate minority leader at the time. ira started in 2008, but he came up with the perfect title. i pilfered half his title. appreciate it. i came to work and frankly, i do not know what to expect. i'm from west virginia. as an undergraduate, i was heavily involved in anti-war. i was engaged in some protests and a demonstration for the vietnam war. i started to work for byrd and had no idea how he would respond with. -- respond to it. i was one of those liberal protesters he is always denouncing. one time he called the protests a "human circus." i was working for him. there was a story of how a west virginia and my boss were standing up for the crew. i know there are efforts today to portray reagan. -- as
except near the waters and in west virginia and some locations it's down into upper teens to near 20 degrees. so as that moisture arrives later today, coming into that cold air it will probably cause some icing these counties in the lavender and counties that you see in the darker color under a winter weather advisory maybe snow there. icing and snow if you are heading west into the mountains later this morning and into the afternoon. around the metro area, might get wet snow and sleet around noontime early afternoon but well above freezing changing to all rain mid to late afternoon and that continuing into tonight. i'll show you your christmas eve forecast in ten minutes. a look at traffic now with mike. >> good morning. things are looking great right now on the interstates and not a lot of problems out there right now. worry free on inner loop and outer loop of the beltway. let's take a closer look at the inner loop in montgomery county. worry free at new hampshire avenue. things are looking good as you make your trip on inner loop from 270 to 95. that's a ten-minute ride at 55 mil
: pursuant to the rule, the gentlewoman from west virginia, mrs. capito, and the gentleman from california, mr. sherman, each will control 20 minutes. the chair rebling nices the gentlewoman from west virginia. mrs. capito: thank you. i ask that all members have five legislative days to revise and extend their remarks and add extraneous material on this bill. the speaker pro tempore: without objection. mrs. capito: madam speaker, i yield myself such time as i may consume. the speaker pro tempore: the gentlewoman is recognized. mrs. capito: i would like to first thank mr. luetkemeyer and mr. sherman for offering the bill before the house today. i would like to thank -- the house has already passed one bill for duplicative requirement on the a.t.m. machine. common sense reform. i've ask that they provide this regulatory relief for banks and credit unions across the country. i know that mr. luetkemeyer share misconcerns that federal agencies have piled on more regulations without assessing the current regulatory regime to remove outdated, unnecessary, and overly burdensome regulations. last y
was stationed in pearl harbor hawaii. >> and i was on the battle ship uss west virginia, a great big monstrous thing. and i looked out and there i saw a plane headed for my ship. >> reporter: then he felt six torpedoes hit. >> and all hell broke out. the ship began to lift. had great big holes in the port side. fortunately we had an outstanding crew on that ship. >> reporter: he is one of only a few of them left. he's 92 years old but his memories are as sharp as ever. he attended this memorial service on coast guard island this morning. and we sat down to talk about the darkest moments of that day. >> and what i did i would grab the sailors hair and pull it just as hard as i could. if i got a moan, a groan or a sign of life, i would take him out to the other group of sailors to get him medical help. because i didn't have time to take out dead bodies. and there were a lot of them. >> reporter: more than 100 people died on the uss west virginia, but not roshkel. >> those bullets are terrible. they'll kill you. and so i had to dive off the bow of the ship to keep from being killed. >> reporter:
. further to the south, there is some rain out there pittsburgh south wrds. charleston, west virginia, you're dealing with rain. further to the south we have thunderstorms even to tennessee. we'll watch that. the east coast is not going to have problems like the midwest had where it's frigid. veronica, areas on the east coast the airports are my concern. you have to watch that when the front comes through. later today airport delays. >> temperatures in the 60s. >> fall to the 40s tomorrow. >> you know how much i like that? >> i no he, right. >> bill, thanks a lot. >>> getting around on some of those snow covered roads, might be presh rouse. at least drivers are getting a break on prices at the pump. the national average price has dropped by ten cents to $3.38 which is 46 cents than two months ago. the survey finds prices are expected to keep falling as refiners cut how much they're charging distributors and retailers. >>> president obama and john boehner are keeping mum on their face-to-face negotiations on sunday. as the clock ticks down it appears some republicans may be softening their
to complete with west virginia, pennsylvania and delaware. right now west virginia and delaware get a substantial portion of their revenue from maryland residents leaving the state. keeping that money here and enjoying those dollars here will benefit the state of maryland through taxes. >> the casino doesn't have a solid day for when it'll add table games but they say they should be up and running around early spring. >>> 2012 is almost over so we are looking back. the outstanding student athletes who caught our attention this year. >>> and tax season will be here before you know it. what you need to know before you hire a tax professional. >> and on the weather front 42 degrees. you know the normal in late december 43. big storm blowing outs to the north and east but the next one starting to head our way. when it gets here and impacts for maryland. how do you always have my favorite coffee? girl: well, inside the brewer, there's a giant staircase, and the room is filled with all these different kinds of coffee. actually, i just press this button. brew what you love, simply. keuri
advisory for the potomac islands into maryland and across parts of west virginia where two to 4 inches could be expected. there will be some heavier amounts. you can see the metro not included at this time in that is advisory, but you could see some accumulating snow inside of d.c. and west of i-95. maybe one to 2 inches of snow. that will move and overnight to night. today is just hunky dory. partly cloudy -- 38 degrees at noon. sunday should be a great day for the game. >> time for traffic -- we will head back to 355 at cedar lane. one lane open and the work continues. estimating a couple hours before anything reopens. southbound on 355, traffic is getting by on the right. very light volume of traffic -- just slowing down through the works done. not too bad. we will keep an eye out for this because it could be here for a good portion of what hopefully will be a light rush hour. let's take a look at the beltway and the american legion bridge -- moving smoothly now. nothing reported in terms of accidents there. over to springfield, traffic moving very smoothly, up 95 and 395. traffic m
of finding natural gas and virginia and west virginia soil and gas companies are leasing vast amounts of farmland for fracking. now they set their sights on maryland but one unanswered question remains. is fracking safe. >> this is more than just about maryland. this is about do we want these sort of drilling operations all over our state. if we did do them all over the state what would happen. >> mike tidwell runs at chesapeake action network. it's an independent environmental group which launched a day long conference at the university of baltimore on the pitfalls and profits of fracking. it's banned in maryland by order of the government tidwell says fracking has wreaked havoc in other states. >> controversial because it's led to contaminated water. it's led to earthquakes, forest fragmentation, deforest station. >> while this is the first statewide conference to look at the pros and cons for some farmers in western pennsylvania and ohio, the drilling practice has paid off by hundreds of thousands of dollars. >> i never dreamed of money like th
'm going to say senator joe manchin from west virginia whose flip on the gun issue lifelong nra member, he's carving out that kind of middle ground politics that i think america is looking for right now. and i think we're going to hear more from him. >> good. we'll all be waiting for that. what's his name? >> joe manchin. >> joe manchin. senator from west virginia. >> thanks for the tip. the envelope please? thank you susan. carman -- >> car mac the magnificent. all right we've got here destined for political stardom in 2013. this is definitely conmac. wednesday way la's -- venezuela's hugo chavez. >> stardom? >> you better get the vice president john. >> his populous legacy will live on and become legendary. chavez post will soon replace che question very is at emblems of latin america's social revolutionaries, put that in your column pat. okay, destined for political oblivion, pat? >> president bashar al-assad of syria. if he's not gone by the time this show's aired. >> eleanor? >> sarah palin. momma grizzlies and the tea party, i don't think the new senator from south carolina can save
the world attthat timm." a senator from west virginia is upcoming reality shhw "buckwild." democrat joe manchin calls the show a "travesty" that quote- plays to ugly, inaccurate stereetypes bout the people offwest virginia. thh show reportedly follows a grruu of friends in rural west virginia... who live by the motto "whatever happens, commenting onnthe ssnator's request. "buukwild" issset to premier in january. 3nats nats multi--rammy inner adele coold be facing a fine... after she repootedly failed to registerrher baby's birth with authoritiee.the singer gave birth to herrfirst child back on october 19tth but diin't file the proper paper work within the 42 days llgal deadline.she could now be ffcingg166hundredddollars pn fines. after weeks of "twilight" bond is backkon top. fice... - to he number one spott.. n - its fifth wweeend on the big ssreen. the movie took in 11-million-dollars.""ise of the uardians" rose to second place over the weekend... racking up 10-and-a-half million doolars at the box saaa:breaking dawn part 2" slipped two notches to number 3. poming up... a
speech difficulties as well. my siblings all have speech difficulties. we came up from west virginia. and i could not speak very well or read very well allowed, but eventually the teacher said, okay, you can write something, copied down. if you laugh at me and will, books and you. hit you. depending how far you were. but she said, i could read something. began writing in the palms. i really enjoy that. that was the only thing i was praised for that age. and i enjoyed writing. i dropped the school of 15. went back into school, a job as 16 and joined the army. >> and you have before you one of the most prolific writers of literature for yen people, authors risen over 100 books. he is known throughout the country in the world for his concern about youth which is reflected in most of what we would call his young adult fiction which has a focus based on his experience being born in harlem and being a new jersey boy basically. and this is a career that is remarkable and is one that is now being shared through his travels around the country kind of like to ask you to talk a little bit about
. >> a senator from west virginia is asking m-t-v to cancel the upcoming reality show "buckwild." in a letter to the network, democrat joe manchin called the show a "travesty" that -quote- "plays to ugly, inaccurate stereotypes about the people of west virginia. according to mtv's website, "buckwild" follows a group of friends in rural west virginia who live by the motto "whatever happens, happens." some of their favorite activities include dump truck pool parties and making human slingshots. "buckwild" is set to premier in january. m-t-v is not commenting on the senator's request. for hollywood minute, i'm elizabeth corridan. >> it almost felt like summer today. >> even on the coast. it is warmer than average, what 60s. that is what we are going to respect for tomorrow. san francisco, san jose. we can expect that- four tomorrow. >> some beautiful pictures, we will see you out of lebano 11 and a reminder, the bay area's favorite way to ring in the new year is fast approaching. the biggest parties and spectacular fireworks will all be on kron 4's new year's live, hosted byit's the only local a
sleeping inside and the raging inferno and west virginia. after an explosion of a gas line is near a busy highway. >> twitter and instagram... gabe slate tech report back in the day, we didn't have the u-verse wireless receiver. [ light laugh ] the tv stayed in one place... mmmmhmmmm. ...right next to the upstairs tv outlet. oh yeah. they can move the tv all over the place, even outside. grandpa... mmmhmm? kids have it easy nowadays. [ glasses clink ] i'm trying to tell ya. [ male announcer ] the wireless receiver, only from at&t. get u-verse tv for $29 a month for 6 months. at&t. ♪ >>pam: tonight. neighbors in one east bay community. are wondering who would set fire to an apartment with a mother and her young son. sleeping inside. and the raging inferno in west virginia. after a gas line explodes near a busy they say, a molotov cocktail was thrown through the window of an apartment overnight. son are out of their home. if they're being targeted. latest on the investigation.a picture shot by a neighbor late last night shows flames shooting out of the home at the dixon apartments this la
's not funny. it's like -- i can see it over and over again. >> wow. >> a sen forefrom west virginia is asking -- senator from west virginia is asking mtv to cancel buck wild. in a letter to the network the democrat called the show a travesty that plays to ugly inaccurate stereotypes about the people from west virginia. according to mtv website it follows friends that lives by the motto whatever happens, happens some favorite activities is dump truck pool parties and human slingshots. it's set to premier next month. mtv is not commenting on the senator's request. >> we will be right back. >>> in florida they stripped down to speedos. 250 people ran a one mile course to raise awareness and money for children affected by hi development and aids. it will provide holiday gifts meals and school supplies for tampa bay area children. >> the national menorah was lit during a special ceremony in washington. today mark the first day and the second night of hanukkah. thousands of people attended the lighting ceremony the first lighting of the national menorah took place in 1979. >>> well daniel simmons a
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